Cute Name.You came to a great place.
I will try to answer these as best as I can . I've gone through the same thing so you are not alone.
The HPV test detected a high strain which may cause changes on your cervix which could lead to abnormal paps. Without treatment these changes can cause precancerous lesions on the cervix. The best way to go by this is to get routine pap smears. The virus is extremely common and many people don't know they have it. It doesn't mean you did anything wrong. You just had an exposure to Human Papilloma Virus.Here's two websites:www.thehpvtest.comwww.maketheconnection.org
These will help give you more information on HPV how to treat it. There is no cure however with treatment you can prevent cancer in about 99% of most cases.If your paps are normal then don't worry too much. Usually HPV will go away on its own and the body's immune system will take control.However doctors still debate if the virus is actually eradicate dor suppressed.
The Herpes Simplex test is showing that you are positive for HSV-1 but negative for HSV-2. The way the results read are a bit confusing and it doesn't look like you took the routine Herpes Select test. The HSV-2 reading is pretty high but keep in mind HSV-1 can affect the HSV-2 results. Have you ever had an outbreak? If so you can take the HSV test again but usually the test is best accurate after 12-16 weeks from the last possible exposure.
If you fall in this range then you won't have to retest for HSV. YOu would be considered negative for HSV 2 and positive for HSV1. I hope I didn't make that too confusing.
HSV1 is the most common form of Herpes everyone has,over 60% of the adult population has HSV1 . HSV1 is more commonly known as the cold sore virus. It usually doesn't like the genital region but in some cases can be transmitted by oral sex to the genital region. HSV2 is more commonly reffered to as genital herpes.
Never go by the IgM testing results. They are too broad range and they can't tell which type you have.
Chicken Pox is a herpes virus and in some people comes back as shingles but in others, they are never affected by it again. You can't get away from Herpes, it's all around. That's the sucky part about it.
I hope that helps you out some. Take care and ask away. Also you can post on the other threads too . We will help you out as much as possible